The Quarrymans Pannad - Talyllyn Railway

Available to 6 November 2022

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A special journey on a heritage railway

A ‘pannad’ is the Welsh word for ‘cuppa’, and on this experience you get to enjoy a luxury pannad combined with a steam train trip.

The Talyllyn railway was built in the 1860’s to transport slate, and quarrymen between Tywyn and Abergynolwyn.

The Quarrymans Pannad itinerary

Your trip begins at Tywyn Wharf station. Here you can explore the area's history through the collection of rail artefacts, in the Museum, before joining your steam train, which leaves on the seven-mile trip along the Fathew Valley. This journey will have you retracing the route taken in Victorian times by the Bryneglwys quarry's miners.

At Abergynolwyn you'll step off the train in time to enjoy a luxury Afternoon Tea with sandwiches, savouries and cakes before returning on the train back to Wharf.

Wharf Station Neptune Road,
Tywyn,
LL36 9EY,
Wales,
United Kingdom
LL36 9EY

How to get there

By car

Tywyn is on the A493 road from Machynlleth to Dolgellau.  Approaching from Aberdyfi on the main road Wharf Station is on the left.

Coming from Dolgellau, drive through the town centre to the National Rail station, turn left and Wharf station is on the left 300 yards further on.

  • Paid Parking 
  • Café
  • Toilets 
  • There is an accessible compartment available to book on each train, pre-booking is required
  •  You should arrive at least 30 minutes before departure time

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